The Jalopy Journal
yup - Mickey Lauria, Total performance - those girls were his daughters - either one of them would have known the ratio and type......
one I built awhile back - '65 top oiler
on second thought, they may be '58
'59 pass car
The main reason the idea died was fords in house far superior cammer - thats when mickey went to pontiac with essentially the same castings
Bluebear said it would be fine un-boxed
This is the one I had https://www.harborfreight.com/36-in-metal-brake-with-stand-62518.html for the $$$ you're talking about you could get a...
dont mess with the bench mounted - I did a lot with a HF free standing one - it was pretty cheap IIRC
LOL - it was $8500 at the swap meet!
Yup - bought an OT '65 mustang project that had been stalled for 15 years - a "roller" with bodywork complete in primer.....put a motor, trans,...
saw that for sale at the lebanon valley swap - price wasn't too bad
SOLD - This is an older kit that was never used - has "manifold" to replace mechanical SBC pump
Im interested - where in MA are you? I regret tossing much of my library long ago.....
Just like the Edsel LOL
Had one on the 283 in my avatar for awhile - also had 625s with early tops to run the small dia stacks - wish I still had the setup - sold...
BTT - need SBF parts
SOLD - Stewart Warner Gauges vintage made in usa oil pressure water temp speedo fuel level amps 2 5/8 - these were bought in the 70s and never...
Maine RMV are whores - they will register a car for anyone from any state for $$$
Use 289 HiPo manifolds - they clear with VERY little grinding in a couple of places - shortie style headers make no more power than the HiPo...
+1 on tweedy pie
Didnt see Mike make a run on the feed - anyone know what happened?
Thats why most '56 dual quad vettes had these
Some J trucks had a flanged (non full float) dana 60 with 5x5.5 bp
just on green chevy coupes
An ongoing saga on a mustang board Im on.......guy orders a 300hp 302 ford from blueprint - arrives with rust on the machined surfaces - bluprint...
Heard this was in the works - good for you - hope you get to take ralph for a ride
I think the yellow one belonged to a hamber - the coral one was a serious, well done car with a tube chassis and KB hemi IIRC
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